Just finished my first long trip in the Quad. About 800 miles or so round trip from MA to PA. Suspension in soft or full A mode was fantastic. In A mode I got about 22.1 mpg on the way home. Very stable and gobs of torque down low at cruise rpms. Grab a paddle for a lower gear no problem. And with the Forza controller installed, the sound is great too. And the mild drone is not too loud at highway speeds. The road noise balances it out. And it also can serve as a deer warning "horn." We had a lot of drizzle and light rain last week on the way down and the whole time I was in PA. The only thing I could criticize is the lack of a good intermediate setting on the wipers between low intermittent and rain sensitive. The drizzle seemed to require something in between. But it was no problem to just tap the lever to pulse the wipers. My headlight washer covers stayed on the car the few times I actually deployed them so I was happy about that. It shouldn't be a problem for the 2018s anymore. I was just massively impressed with the ride quality, comfort and interior. I may have a little rattle on the passenger side now but I have to check the seat belt, glove box and my briefcase to be sure it's not a zipper making the noise. I'll try the windows too. Only noticed it this morning on the way to work. The lumbar support is pretty good but the air pump and height adjust on the 4 way switch is a challenge to get used to. It deflates much faster than it fills and I want to be sure I didn't over wind the pump or vertical adjustment. A beautiful car and really made the trip less fatiguing. All those years making the same trip in sports cars is nothing to worry about now. Adaptive cruise control is awesome. All digital and the 4 position toggle switch is genius. Used it to great effect as well as the lane departure warning and proximity sensors. It's a whole level better and then some, than the vacuum systems of 17 years ago. Love it. I even got Android Auto working with both Google Play and Google Maps. Wasn't sure it could handle all that. The real limit is your mobile data connection.